The power in swimming comes from the core group of muscles, which this book defines as the area from the neck to the knees, including all of the upper-back and shoulder muscles, the abdominal muscles, and the trunk and upper-leg muscles.
When structuring your training plan, first determine the length of the program and then divide the time into three phases.
Aquatic Exercise for Rehabilitation and Training
The aquatic environment can help to mitigate some of the potential fitness loss in injured athletes.
Triathlon Workout Planner eBook
Getting the most out of your time will hinge greatly on your ability to smartly expend the limited amount of energy that you have. And there is a limit.
Exercise and Wellness for Older Adults-2nd Edition
There is a profound difference between using wellness programs to fill time slots in an activity schedule and fostering an environment of well-being for both residents and staff.
Open Water Swimming
In the sport of marathon swimming, in which extreme distances, extreme temperatures, and extreme conditions (large ocean swells, strong currents, and marine life) are expected, individuals come from all walks of life. Their physical abilities to push themselves hour after hour are augmented by their tremendous mental focus and strength of character.
Safer Beaches eBook
Beach flags are becoming more popular throughout the world, particularly at surf beaches.
StarGuard 4th Edition eBook With Web Resource
During an emergency, certain legal principles apply regarding what you are expected to do in the United States.
Science of Swimming Faster eBook
Many open water swimmers train individually, but they race in competitions where they’ll be in the water with dozens, if not hundreds, of other athletes.